1. Graffiti School - A Student Guide

    If you want to learn how to write graffiti this is the book you will need to give you endless style.

    Find out how to:

    - Design your own letter style
    - Use different effects to make your graffiti unique
    - Draw throw-ups
    - How to do funky fills
    - Paint wildstyle, bubblestyle and blockbusters
    - Handle a spray can, or marker
    - Get your work up safely and legally

    Teachers, this is the book you need if you want to teach graffiti.

    It contains:

    - Plans for lessons on graffiti - theory and practice
    - Practical advice for staging safe, hands-on graffiti lessons
    - Guidance on marking students' work
    - Resources covering the origins and cultural history of graffiti
    - Clear step-by-step explanations to suit students of all abilities
    - Exercises and solutions

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  2. Why Write When You Can Tag: Second Edition

    This book picks up where our first book "Learn To Draw a Graffiti Masterpiece" left off. It approaches graffiti tagging as an art form, similar to Calligraphy. It is not a book about illegal tagging. This book will help you to stay creative and keep pushing your skills and the artform! This book demonstrates beginner's tag styles and advanced handstyles in an easy-to-follow format with hundreds of step-by-step illustrations and supporting text. Includes hundreds of tags photographed on the East Coast. Great for both students and teachers, this book will teach you how to turn basic hand lettering into a professional graffiti tag! Have your tag printed on coffee mugs, note cards or t-shirts. Now you can design your own graffiti tags from start to finish. Why write when you can tag! Second Edition

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  3. The Official Bootleg Series v2.5 Book

    Featuring the very best in graffiti, art and culture from the crew that brought you the Also Known As Volume 1 and 1.5 books, KR – It’s All In My Head and Million Dollar Vandal.

    Spotlights: Barry McGee, Os Gemeos, Todd James, Jeremy Dean (WOBF), Sacer IRAK, Desa, Crude Oiler, Coyo, Finok, SPone, Ket, Veefer and more.


    – Double gatefold soft cover (matte laminate coating, chrome foil stamping, spot silver ink).
    – 6 x 6.25 inches (15.25 cm x 15.875 cm).
    – 96 full-color pages + spot silver ink.
    – 6 assorted vinyl stickers.
    – Sealed in custom foil packaging.
    – ISBN: 978-0-9768516-8-4

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  4. Graffiti 365

    744 pages, hardcover

    "Graffiti 365" is a fun, engaging, and wide-ranging survey of the international graffiti scene, using 365 rare images to introduce or describe important artists-from Taki 183 to Banksy-and styles-from bubble to wild. Along the way, "Graffiti 365" covers different eras, cities, paints, legendary walls and crews, police and public response to graffiti, and more. Here is the first real insider's perspective to the contemporary scene and its antecedents, as the authors, Zephyr and J.SON, have been both artists and historians of the graffiti movement-Zephyr has been painting graffiti for more than 30 years, with "The New York Times" dubbing him 'The elder statesman of graffiti,' and J.SON started writing graffiti in 1973 before retiring in 1984. Unparalleled in its breadth and depth of coverage, "Graffiti" 365 is a wide-angle snapshot of an entire movement in a book.

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  5. Street Book Writers Walk

    Walking through a city is often like visiting an open-air gallery thanks to the graffiti and street art that decorate walls, houses, garage doors, and other urban canvases; the Street Book invites you to explore and shape a city gallery of your own in a leporello-style graffiti coloring book. It provides 32 different city settings filled with buses, benches, subway platforms and other features for you tag, dress-up, or just doodle on, perfect for practicing your handstyle or creating colorful panoramas over a variety of diverse backgrounds. High-quality paper and a dynamic layout make it perfect for Publikat’s Stylefile markers, while the hard cover and elastic binding takes the Street Book from a simple coloring book to a fully-fledged artist’s sketchbook.

    Published by Publikat
    64 pages, Hardcover
    11 1/2" X 5 3/4"
    ISBN: 978-3-939566-48-9

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  6. The Complete Photo Guide to Hand Lettering and Calligraphy

    The book begins with an overview of tools and materials, both traditional (pointed pen and fountain pen) and modern (including brush markers and chalk), then presents a visual glossary of letterforms, highlights the unique characteristics of the featured alphabets, and demonstrates how to draw letterforms to foster an understanding of how they’re created. The core chapters explore traditional, modern, and special effects lettering using a variety of mark-making tools, with in-depth how-to on adding flourishes and other special details, plus creative projects. There’s also an introduction to modifying and creating letterforms digitally, as well as practice sheets for the featured alphabets.
    So whether you’ve never tried lettering before or you’d like to develop your skills and consider all your creative options, The Complete Photo Guide to Hand Lettering and Calligraphy will guide and inspire you on your lettering journey.

    • Print Length: 192 pages
    • Publisher: Creative Publishing international (June 12, 2018)
    • Publication Date: June 12, 2018
    • Language: English

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  7. Born to Run - NYC Subway Graffiti on the IND and BMT lines

    Despite playing canvas to a long list of talented writers, the IND (Independent) and BMT (Brooklyn Manhattan Transit) lines have been underrepresented in graffiti history. This is now rectified with a collection of high-quality images from the 1970s and 80s that capture works by heavyweights from the BMT like Lee, Mono, Iz The Wiz, Baby168, OE3, P13, and many others. From Coney Island to Queensboro Plaza and everywhere in between, these nostalgic images capture elevated subway scenes, stations, and subway yards and offer a glimpse through time at Brooklyn and Queens in the height of the NYC subway graffiti era. This truly amazing lineup also features early writers on the IND lines like Pistol, Piper, A’train, and IN, in addition to obscure names and throw-ups from these undocumented corridors. This is an ideal volume of subway art for graffiti artists, fans, historians, and students looking for rare photos on the letter lines.

    Size: 11″ x 8 1/2″ | 203 color images | 208 pp
    ISBN13: 9780764356421 | Binding: hard cover

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  8. Hand Lettering and Calligraphy

    This is the perfect practice paper sheets to improve your lettering skills or help you design your own hand lettering style. -The practice workbook includes 3 sections (Lined guide sheets, Alphabet practice sheets and Dot grid ) sheets to practice your lettering. -Contain over 100+ pages with size 8.5 x 11.

    • Paperback: 110 pages
    • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 16 2018)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 1719213674
    • ISBN-13: 978-1719213677
    • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 0.6 x 27.9 cm

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  9. Unsanctioned: The Art on New York Streets

    NYC has been and continues to be a beacon for artists, who both feed off and contribute to the City’s energy. This is Luna Park’s love letter to the City and the artists who continue to aspire and inspire.
    For the last ten years city librarian Katherine 'Luna Park' Lorimer has been cataloging the art to be found on NYC streets. She quickly learned that for those that pay attention, the street can provide as much of an arts education as a museum. Ever since the City banished graffiti from the subway trains, it's streets have developed into a vast playground for a complex culture, made up of distinct communities, each with their own hierarchies, values and sets of rules. This book is the culmination of a decade of obsessively keeping up with NYC graffiti and street art, a time period which saw a seismic shift in the public perception and acceptance of the artform. The public space within which artists operate is fluid and new boundaries are being pushed every day. The streets are teeming with a vast spectrum of (un)sanctioned art, running the gamut from quick, illegal handstyles to full-blown production murals.
    • Comprehensively documents 10 years in the explosion of creativity to be found on NY’s streets
    • Covers the best of street art, graffiti and intervention
    • Compiled by respected NY librarian and social documentarian Katherine 'Luna Park' Lorimer

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  10. Graffiti Alphabets - Street Fonts From Around the World

    Classic graffiti lettering and experimental typographical forms lie at the heart of street culture and have long inspired designers in many different fields. But graffiti artists, who tend to paint the same letters of their tag again and again, rarely design complete alphabets.

    Claudia Walde spent over two years collecting alphabets by 154 artists from thirty countries to show the many different styles and approaches to lettering within the graffiti and street art cultures. All of the artists have roots in graffiti. Some are world renowned such as 123 Klan (Canada), Faith47 (South Africa), and Hera (Germany); others are lesser known or only now starting to emerge.

    Each artist received the same instructions: design all twenty- six letters of the Latin alphabet within the limits of a single page of the book. How they approached this task and selected the media with which to express their ideas was entirely up to them, and the results encompass not just street art but sketches, sculpture, digital art, and photography.

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  11. Greg "CRAOLA" Simkins - Book

    New hardcover book of art by Greg "CRAOLA" Simkins. This 156 page art book includes detail images of his paintings, sketches and graffiti photos, as well as an essay about his journey as artist from his early years to the present.

    • Hardcover / 4mm high density boards
    • 11.25 x 11.25 inches (28.6 x 28.6cm)
    • 156 pages
    • 134 color plates (includes several detail images)
    • Limited edition: 2,000
    • “Craola Unboxed”—story by Greg “CRAOLA” Simkins
    • Release date: December 2017

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  12. Schwarz auf Weiss Vol.2 - Style Needs No Color

    Style Needs No Color works on the notion that excessive colors and flashy techniques should not be used to repair a weak foundation. They believe that artwork should be able to stand alone without unnecessary distractions and therefore SNNC artists restrict their palette to black and white. In the follow-up release to their successful first book, Schwarz auf Weiss II, you can see the stark beauty and striking simplicity of this idea in action. Since their first title, the SNNC collaboration has expanded significantly, manifesting itself in a series of noteworthy exhibitions, live-painting shows, installations and streetwear collaborations across the world. SNNC has invited a diverse range of international artists from their growing network to contribute black and white, illustrations, vector graphics, street art and graffiti styles to this impressive publication.

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  13. The Faith Of Graffiti

    French & English re-edition published with Agnès b.

    22,9 x 30,5 cm / 144 pages / Full color / Soft cover [2009]

    Agnes b. and Wasted Talent reissued « The faith of Graffiti » by Norman Mailer with photographs by Jon Naar , mythical book published for the first time in 1974.

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  14. Banksy in New York

    128 pages pages, Hardcover
    8” x 10”
    180 Illustrations, English
    Photographer Ray Mock takes you along on his exciting hunt for new Banksy work during the famous “Better Out Than In” project in his new book Banksy in New York. This personal narrative offers a day-by-day account of Banksy’s first New York residency, chronicling works that include “Sirens of the Lambs” and the Central Park stand at which original works by Banksy were sold for only $60. Mock’s work captures not only Banksy’s artwork but the reactions of the public and media frenzies that often accompanied it, giving fans a direct window into the frenetic scavenger hunt that took over New York City in October 2013. Banksy in New York offers a closer look at Banksy’s witty and irreverent art and the varied responses it received, while lending insight into the artist’s sharp social commentary. This book is a must-have for those new to the scene and Banksy fanatics alike.

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  15. Urban Scrawl - The Written Word in Street Art

    Although we are bombarded by words every day, it's somehow more appealing when they are placed on the street by artists rather than advertisers. Urban Scrawl documents some of the world's most interesting text-based street art, from formal typography to angsty scrawl. Photographer and street-art lover Lou Chamberlin has been collecting images of urban scrawl, large and small, for more than 15 years. Whether thought-provoking, political, humorous or shocking, these examples of text in the city - spanning 54 cities across 22 countries, will make you reflect, chuckle or sometimes even laugh out loud.

    192 Pages.

    16 x 18cm

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  16. Ex Animo: Faith 47

    Ex Animo is the most complete collection of the work
    of Faith 47. Faith 47 is a self-taught artist, everything she
    has learned comes from the street. Faith was born in the
    graffiti world and was a very active writer in South Africa
    until she started traveling and painting in the streets of the
    world, especially in problematic places that needed media
    attention. Anyone can make art in the streets, but a rare few
    create socially impactful content, and there is no denying
    that Faith’s work has transformed perspectives among
    her global audience. Her name Faith symbolizes her trust
    and hope in humanity, symbolizes the trust with which she
    navigates through the world, and her name reaches beyond
    identity, becoming symbolic of a motivation to create art
    for progress. Following Murakami, Faith writes “We need to
    stop the debates on our age and open our hearts so that
    we can see better”. With the contribution of Kristin Farr
    of Juxtapoz and more than 150 color images, Ex Animo
    presents itself as the most comprehensive anthology of
    the work of the South African artist Faith 47.

    • Hardcover: 232 pages
    • Language: English
    • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 1.2 x 11.4 inches

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  17. Brush Lettering: An Instructional Manual Of Western Brush Lettering

    Even if you've never held a brush in your hand, you can master the graceful art of fine calligraphy with the expert guidance of Brush Lettering. Brush calligraphy offers unlimited potential for creating an array of hand-lettered treasures. Now you can produce beautiful invitations, greeting cards, and certificates, distinctive stationery, unique posters and brochures, innovative logotypes, professional-quality headlines, elegant fabric designs, and much more. Marilyn Reaves and Eliza Schulte take you step by step through the techniques of brush lettering with the edged brush and pointed brush, dispensing invaluable advice on tools, media, and design. For beginners, students, hobbyists, or anyone involved in graphic design, Brush Lettering is a complete and authoritative how-to-manual.

    • Paperback: 176 pages
    • Language: English
    • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 1.3 x 27.9 cm

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  18. Urban Art: Creating the urban with art

    Urban Art. Creating the Urban with Art was a conference at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in 2016. The aim of the conference and this publication is to discuss “urban art” in its broadest sense: as an umbrella term, that encompasses a great variety of creative expressions in the urban environment on a global scale. The broad implications of the term “urban art” allow summarizing very different outcomes, styles, media, and techniques ranging from illegal graffiti writing to performative, participatory and architectonical interventions from stickers to legal murals and so forth. In this way urban art as a concept exceeds the common notion  of commercial indoor street art and graffiti and enlarges the perception of the visual and unsanctioned forming of the public sphere. The 16 papers and 2 introductions from researchers of 10 different countries and disciplines are divided in five sections – 1) Public or Urban Art? On Terminology, 2) Digital Media & the Urban (Art), 3) Affect & Performance, 4) Territories and 5) Urban Imaginary & The City.

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  19. Museum of Street Art: East Village

    Welcome to the Museum of Street Art (MoSA). Not within these pages, but while walking the streets, there is a chance you have been here before. The MoSA concept is intuitive, but you might not have noticed it unless you were looking for it.

    A MoSA is a phenomenom that occurs when there is a high concentration of both art and local stakeholder support in a particular outdoor area. This combination creates living, breathing outdoor museums in our cities. Entry is free and daily exhibits are managed by the residents, landlords, local government, visitors, and mother nature. These stakeholders alter the exhibition every day with their competing opinions and priorities, which in turn creates one of the most dynamic and meritocratic museums in the world. MoSA explores this concept by photographing these museums in their entirety on one particular day, as a record and snapshot in time.

    MoSA locations can be found in dozens of cities around the world, but in this edition, we explore the East Village in New York City on June 23, 2017. The East Village has a long history of supporting the arts and showcases a variety of mediums by a host of local and global artists. Read on to see exactly how we captured the exhibit.

    All photographs were shot sequentially in 14 hours starting at 12 AM midnight on June 23, 2017. The area of interest covers 430 acres known as the East Village, located in Manhattan, New York. Its boundaries from West to East are from Bowery/4th Ave. to East River Park. Its boundaries North to South are from 14th St. to Houston St. The editor systematically canvassed this area by bicycle to capture each piece of art. "The Streets" began at Bowery and Houston and were traversed Northward in ascending order from Houston to 14th St. "The Avenues" began on Avenue D and Houston and were traversed Westward from Avenue D to Bowery/4th Ave.

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  20. Unseen Pieces - Skenar73

    Pretty wicked stuff that has never been seen before – therefore the titel Unseen Pieces Book that shows high-quality pics of the work of SKENAR73, a writer from Berlin.

    With the help of his buddies like NEKTAR or PREY he came out with this illustrated book of his artwork in the most unusual places. He paintes walls in empty old houses, creepy cabins in the woods or even in some ancient bunkers.

    But be quick, it is limited to 427 pieces.

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  21. Let Her Be Free: Icy and Sot: Stencil Artists from Iran

    LET HER BE FREE is the first collection of their art and covers nearly a decade of their career with more than 200 full colour pictures. Starting in 2006 the book offers a retrospective of their art in their early Iranian years and follows the brothers to New York City and depicts their work all over the world. With a special introduction by Jess X Chen and an afterword by Jaime Rojo and Steven P. Harrington, founders of Brooklyn Street Art.

    "In the footsteps of Banksy, Icy and Sot have quickly earned their street credits. The brothers, have developed an international visual language to complete their path toward freedom in their own distinct way." -- HUGO KAAGMAN, Dutch Street Art Pioneer

    "It is great that the medium of stencil art has grown to be adopted by so many artists around the world. These guys have a great eye for placement in the streets and always have something important to say with their work." -- Adam Neate, UK-based Street Artist

    "These wise brothers call attention to a gaping gash in the side of humanity. Slowly stitching together torn fragments of human stories, Icy and Sot gives awareness to the flaws of our political systems and the way that impacts individual lives." -- Faith47, South African Street Artist.

    • Paperback: 240 pages
    • Publisher: Lebowski Publishers (June 1, 2016)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 9048828015
    • ISBN-13: 978-9048828012
    • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 1 x 10.2 inches

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  22. Graffiti Photographers: United

    Whereas most graffiti books are focused on the presentation of the pure graffiti, this book documents the process of the creation of graffiti on trains. Personal texts and atmospheric pictures give an authentic insight in the anonymous scene. The artist show the graffiti scene in different citites and countries from their personal perspectives. Contributors: Miserable face, Kevin Schulzbus, Phil America, Dpplhand, Riky Kiwy, Peter White, MJay.

    • Paperback: 144 pages
    • Publisher: Seltmann+Soehne; Bilingual edition (Nov. 15 2017)
    • Language: English, German
    • ISBN-10: 3946688233
    • ISBN-13: 978-3946688235
    • Product Dimensions: 21.7 x 1.4 x 29.9 cm

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  23. Street Art - Lonely planet

    Discover the street art scene in London, Melbourne, San Francisco and 39 other cities around the world through vivid photography. From Banksy’s stencils and Invader’s mosaics to amazing murals, this insider’s guide provides practical details and maps of where to find secret stashes of street art, and introduces key artists, festivals and locations.

    Street art is now present in almost every city, town and village in the world, from Aachen to Zwolle. Its true audience is measured in the billions. And given that the first record of homo sapiens painting on walls is thought to date back around 40,000 years, it’s surprising that street art has taken so long to flourish.

    Today, the proliferation of legal walls and organised festivals around the world makes it possible to encounter thought-provoking, transformative art in the most unexpected of places.

    This visual guide to the world of street art takes in the scene in over 40 cities and includes interviews with some of the most prolific and well-known street artists, including Blek le Rat, FAILE and Faith47. And with hundreds of locations plotted and a special focus on 15 of the world’s most incredible street art festivals, this guide will help you discover artworks hidden in plain sight around the world.

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  24. Radiant child - The story young artist Jean-Michel Basquiat

    Jean-Michel Basquiat and his unique, collage-style paintings rocketed to fame in the 1980s as a cultural phenomenon unlike anything the art world had ever seen. But before that, he was a little boy who saw art everywhere: in poetry books and museums, in games and in the words that we speak, and in the pulsing energy of New York City. Now, award-winning illustrator Javaka Steptoe's vivid text and bold artwork echoing Basquiat's own introduce young readers to the powerful message that art doesn't always have to be neat or clean--and definitely not inside the lines--to be beautiful.

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  25. The Paradigm Shift - Concept book by Good Guy Boris (Book)

    Few months after his exhibition “The Paradigm Shift”,

    Good Guy Boris is releasing second edition of the concept fold-book he made exclusively for the show.

    This collector object is a folded double-sided poster with high-quality offset lithography print. Each side of the artwork unfolded, reveals selection of photographs, that tells a story and a quote to complete the message of the artist.

    The print itself comes in elegant black hardcover.

    All books from this limited run are signed by the artist.


    Book size: 32x23 cm

    Unfolded poster size: 90x60 cm

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